Definition of Malcolm Little

1. Noun. Militant civil rights leader (1925-1965).


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Malays
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Malaysian
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Malaysian Sign Language
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Malaysian monetary unit
Malaysians
Malcolm
Malcolm Little (current term)
Malcolm Lowry
Malcolm X
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Literary usage of Malcolm Little

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1. Scotland by Walter Scott, Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1899)
"... princes who succeeded Malcolm, little is known. But the death of Culen, the third successor of Malcolm, proves the curious fact, that the Britons of ..."

2. Scotland by Walter Scott, Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1901)
"... princes who succeeded Malcolm, little is known. But the death of Culen, the third successor of Malcolm, proves the curious fact, that the Britons of ..."

3. The History of Scotland by Walter Scott (1830)
"... princes who succeeded Malcolm, little is known. But the death of Culen, the third successor of Malcolm, proves the curious fact, that the Britons of ..."

4. The Musical World (1870)
"But, after a performance of A MX': Liszt's fantasia on Rigoletto, it was no less evident that even exclusive study had served Mr. Malcolm little. ..."

5. The History of Nations by Henry Cabot Lodge (1906)
"Of the six kings after Malcolm little is known. They passed their lives and met their deaths in struggles with the Welsh or with their own ..."

6. The Life and Correspondence of Major-General Sir John Malcolm, G. C. B by John William Kaye (1856)
"The other questions were answered in due course,* and soon afterwards Malcolm, little doubting that affairs were in a favorable train towards the completion ..."

7. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1905)
"George Malcolm, Little Glassenbury, Cranbrook. Fox, Mrs. Marian Jane, Little Glassenbury, Cranbrook. *Foyster, Rev. G. Alfred, MA, Guise House, Aspley Guise ..."

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